Harry held the lid of the Devonport open for a moment with one hand, and looked at the rows of counted gold within.
East of Devonport, divided from it by a creek, and adjoining Plymouth, is Stonehouse.
Returned to duty at Devonport, an intimation soon reached me that I was again to proceed on foreign service.
And seen it—in old books, what I have far away in Devonport.
A few hours later we moved into the harbor and tied up at Devonport Dock where we lay all day, unloading cargo.
Noah Quick materialises at Devonport, and runs a public-house.
Altogether, a lengthy chapter of accidents might be recorded as the result of the gale on Monday evening in Devonport.
It was for the construction of some great royal docks at Devonport.
This was the question which confronted the Devonport Guardians only the other day.
Mount Edgecombe is still there, beautiful as ever: but where are the docks, and where is Devonport?